Sunday, April 8, 2012

Celebrating Easter for the First Time

Saturday, we spent time doing things around the house. I worked on some school work for class at Union, Matt went fishing with my dad and Joe, and Miles did a lot of sleeping. Saturday night, Meemaw and Papaw kept little man while my mom, dad, Matt, and I went to a birthday party for a family friend. It was nice to get out and listen to some live music and dance a little, but we were happy to get back and see Miles. I think Meemaw and Papaw enjoyed their time with him, though.

Then, on Sunday, we woke up and went to church. Miles was good during church. He started getting a little fussy whenever it was time for the offering, and with him it takes no time for his grunting to turn into screaming for a bottle. So, Matt and I took him out in the foyer to feed him. We didn't get the chance to go back into church because Miles got the hiccups.

Our Easter Sunday outfits

After church, we came back to Honey's and Miles got to see what the Easter bunny brought him. 

Miles has been smiling a lot lately, and I finally caught it on camera right when we got home from church.

Honey built Miles a bear named Snuggles. He has Tennessee clothes on and everytime you push his hand you can hear a special message from Honey.

Such a neat gift for such a special little man.

Time for Miles' Easter basket....he had a baseball basket with all kinds of goodies, including a teething ring, outfit, pacifiers and some bubbles.

Miles looked so adorable in his Easter outfit!!

He loves his Honey....she's pretty smitten with him, too. Thanks, Honey, for the amazing bear!

Next, we went to Tugs in Harbor Town to have Easter lunch/brunch with the family.

Miles got hungry during our meal, so, he also ate and then fell asleep. Jo-Pa didn't mind holding his little buddy for some grandad-grandson one on one time.

When we got back home, we all took naps, but I think Miles was the most tired out of all of us. We didn't hunt any eggs this year, because Miles isn't ready for that yet. However, we can't wait for the years to come with lots of hunting.

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